Maike van Damme is a postdoc in sociology at CED and Demosoc, Pompeu Fabra University, working on social stratification and socio-demography in cross-national perspective. She has a PhD from Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and worked subsequently at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona; LISER, Luxembourg; and the Institute for Sociology and Social-Psychology, Cologne. At the moment she works on the gender gap in wealth, deprivation, as well as on informal care consequences in mid-life, all cross-nationally compared. Other research interests are causes and consequences of union dissolution and separation processes (such as couple conflict and domestic violence), as well as gender inequalities in couples. More specifically, she examines the consequences of the Great Recession for union formation and dissolution; housing density and breaking-up; status inconsistencies in the couple and marital conflict; intimate partner violence in comparative perspective; and the conceptualization and operationalization of gender ideologies.
VAN DAMME, Maike; KRAPF, Sandra; WAGNER, Michael (2021) “Housing density and its consequences for couples in Germany: staying, moving, or breaking up?”. Housing Studies (online: 17 Aug 2021 / ISSN: 0267-3037). https://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2021.1961694
I.F.: JCR (SSCI)_2020_Q2_Regional & Urban Planning, i.i. 3.516
SJR_2020_Q1_Sociology and Political Science / Urban Studies, i.i. 0.923
VAN DAMME, Maike; CORTINA, Clara; GONZÁLEZ, M. José (2021) “Couples’ Relative Resources, Male Power, and Relationship Conflict from a Comparative Perspective”. Journal of Family Issues, 43 (5): 1263-1287 (ISSN: 0192-513X). https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X211022397
I.F.: JCR_2020_Q3_Family Studies, i.i. 2.072
SJR_2020_Q1_Social Sciences (miscellaneous), i.i. 0.814